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Enjoyed, though never saw the original show, having always left the room when my stepdad started to.Published 20 hours ago by Christian Hughes
I followed the instructions and keep getting error saying the serial code is invalid.Published 4 days ago by Mr. Love
It's a fun movie, will it win an oscar...no. But it isn't that type of movie anyhow.Published 12 days ago by E. Petersdorf
I didn't expect to like this movie from the first five minutes. But it just got better and better. Great casting, funny script and good action.Published 12 days ago by Pen Name
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|A-Team Blu $35?||
I just came here to post the same thing. What a ridiculous price for a Blu-ray + digital copy (which I don't care about). That's too much even for a Blu-ray + DVD copy bundle. That's too much for any movie.
Sep 30, 2010 by DeAd MiKe | See all 10 posts
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This appears to be a BD-Live issue with Sony Players. Disable BD-Live before inserting the disc and it plays.
Dec 23, 2010 by M. Schuck | See all 5 posts
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Lol. I'm upset too. It's too bad they got rid of the post-sale price matching thing. People ruined it I suppose by claming penny differences. Too bad they don't have something like, anything over $1 difference during the first 7 (or 14) days after an item goes on sale gets credited back. ... Read More
Dec 16, 2010 by Hunk Golden | See all 12 posts
Sorry to say but only being released unrated. But, the unrated version only has more dialogue, a few more scenes, and more action. But, the extended action scenes doesn't contain a lot of blood there is the same amount of blood in the theatrical cut.
Dec 13, 2010 by Helene Cyrlin | See all 3 posts
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That still doesn't mean you're not allowed to review the actual movie, especially if you've seen it!
Read the fine print if you don't believe me. That's what this site has always encouraged from its users from Day One.
Sep 6, 2010 by Brian | See all 3 posts
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